Commercial Inspection Group
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Commercial Inspection SERVICES
All of our commercial property inspections are tailored to meet each client's specific needs while adhereing to the 
International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties. 

Standard commercial inspections are performed exclusively by our inspectors to highlight components and conditions in which further evaluation or repair by a contractor is recommended. This type of inspection is very common and typically sufficient for small to medium size commercial structures in which a Property Condition Assessment is delivered within an agreed time frame. 

- Site Characteristics (paving, landscaping, and utilities)
- Structural Frame and Building Envelope
- Roof Surface Areas    
- Mechanical and Electrical Systems    
- Plumbing Systems    
- Heating Systems
- Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems    
- Vertical Transportation    
- Life Safety/Fire Protection
- Interior Elements    
- Document Review    
- Opinions of Probable Costs    
- Recommendations
The TEAM approach (Technical Experts And Management) is employed whenever a client desires a more technically-detailed inspection. In such cases, a team of licensed contractors are hired to inspect and include costs of currently needed repairs. 5-year projected maintenance costs and potential warranties or certifications (such as fire sprinkler or elevator certifications) may also be provided by such specialists. This is often the preferred way to inspect large commercial buildings as well as small and medium-sized distressed properties. 

*Structural engineers        *Environmental Specialists (Lead, Asbestos, Radon, Etc.)       *Elavator Specialists   
 *Pest Control Experts       *HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) Specialists      *Roofing Contractors 
 *Electrical Contractors     *Wood-Destroying Organism Specialists                                    *Asphalt and Paving Specialists    
 *Plumbing Contractors    *Window & Door Contractors                                                       *Fire Protection Specialists        
The Legacy Commercial Inspection Group can perform, hire, and manage any level of detailed inspection report you or your company desires. Annual Property Condition Assessments are recommended thereafter to monitor your buildings performace and it's unique needs. Hiring the same inspection company for your annual inspections offers priceless insight on how your building's systems and maintenance practices are performing for your particular investment. 

Historic Buildings
Some of the most iconic and historic buildings that make our Northern Arizona towns so unique are as old as the early 1920's. Such buildings of this era have undergone at least 5 or more generations of owners.

Having a Property Condition Assessment (PCA) performed is a property owner's most important decision in understanding the current needs of your largest investments. A PCA can pinpoint neglected and outdated electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems which can represent significant costs to replace.

Hotels, Condos, & Apartments
Inspecting hotels, Condos, & Apartments prior to purchase or annually can be performed on a variety of levels. A limited inspection scope using in-house inspectors, may focus primarily on the roof, exterior finishes, HVAC systems, and common areas. This type of inspection would typically also inspect the interior of a representative example of vacant unit's.

A more comprehensive inspection scope can employ specialists to add more accurate repair costs, 5-year projected maintenance costs, and annual service contract pricing per contractor. 
Restaurant inspections can range from a standard visual examination of the property by our in-house inspectors, to a very technical inspection of the building's components which may include existing commercial cooking appliances, walk-in freezers, and refrigerators. 

Additional specialists may be desired by the client to video-scan the waste drains, clean and inspect grease traps, or compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Restaurant inspections are not intended to determine compliance with local food-safety, handling, and storage as required by the local Health Department.